Rug Hooking Magazine - November/December 2017 - Free U.S. Shipping

Rug Hooking Magazine - November/December 2017 - Free U.S. Shipping
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The holidays are rapidly approaching, and this issue of RHM is chock full of signs of the season. Snowmen and stained glass, vintage ornaments and snow—we have something for everyone. Sandra Brown’s series on geometric doodle rugs concludes in this issue, and Kay LeFevre shows us her incredible hooked birds, celebrating the winged gems of Canada. We look at the rugs inspired by the Anne of Green Gables series, and Sharon Smith tells us how she plans and creates her wonderful series of rugs. Join us as we enjoy the wintery weather and the exciting articles and projects from these talented rug hookers!

Editor's Note by Debra Smith

Have a Holly Jolly Christmas: A primitive snowman in wide cuts and wintery textures by Lucille Festa

Canadian Birds, Canadian Mats: The Royal Canadian Geographic Society inspires an artist by Kay LeFevre

From Stained Glass to Wool: An Arts and Crafts project adorns a new home by Gloria McPherson

These are a Few of My Favorite Things: Design your next project by Debbie Ballard

From the Pages of a Book: Anne of Green Gables inspires a new rug hooker by Sue Lange

Geometric Doodling, Part 2: Play with fine cuts in a new way by Sandra L. Brown

Tree Trimming Snowman: Punch hook this sweet and simple table mat by Ginger Jackson

Exclusive! Vintage Ornaments: Holiday nostalgia for your home by Parris House Wool Works

One Rug, Two Rugs, Three Rugs: A series is more than the sum of its parts by Sharon A. Smith

Book Excerpt: Designed By You by Tamara Pavich

Readers’ Gallery: Mary Jarrell by Bess Jarrell Naylor

Dear Beginning Rug Hooker: Holiday Tree Design by Green Mountain Hooked Rugs

Creativity: Hooking Painterly by Deanne Fitzpatrick

Canadian Connection: Painting with a hook by Kate Thornhill

Ask the Experts: How to hook with yarn by Karen Miller

From My Dyepot: Dyeing for Snow! by Lisanne Miller/W. Cushing

First Rug: Mariner’s Lament/Justy Daley by Norma Batastini